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The House speaker listed some of the evidence she says shows how the White House launched a pressure campaign on Ukraine and then tried to cover it up.
The president also suggested that Democrats are carrying out the investigation “without due process or fairness or any legal rights.”
Stressing the GOP needs to "get tougher," Trump said “we would never do anything like this,” referring to the "crazy" impeachment inquiry against him.
Lici’s story of abandonment, coercion and exploitation shows the reality of sex trafficking in America.
Behind closed doors, Trump has made his views on Ukraine clear: “They tried to take me down.”
Flores, who served in the Nevada legislature, accused former Vice President Joe Biden of unwanted touching.
The Intelligence Committee chairman said the GOP "lacked the courage" to confront Trump.
“Sometimes it’s hard to be a federal employee,” an expert on American land policy said.
The White House planned to solicit private donations to pay Trump’s Doral resort because government funds are prohibited. But he's taken those funds all along.
On race, immigration, impeachment and other issues, white evangelicals continue to be at odds with most other American religious groups.
The 2016 Democratic presidential nominee appeared to suggest Russia was aiding Gabbard's campaign.
The Supreme Court justice said she never stopped exercising through her latest bout with cancer.
The president's choices for the homeland security temp job ― Ken Cuccinelli and Mark Morgan ― may be ineligible by law.
The businessman and former lawyer said he would "100%" support whoever the nominee is.
The Trump administration agency that oversees federal buildings has until Wednesday to produce the necessary paperwork.
The deal will reportedly rescue WeWork, and current chair Adam Neumann will exit with $1.7 billion.
The president blamed Democrats and the media after he canceled his plans to host the G-7 summit at his personal property.
Members of Parliament are set to vote on the bill Tuesday evening. If they delay the exit until January, the prime minister says he'll withdraw the legislation.
“We have a great relationship with the Kurds, but we never agreed to, you know, protect the Kurds,” he said.
A U.S. district court in California faces "judicial catastrophe" without two more judges, says retiring Chief Judge Lawrence O'Neill.